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I bought a new computer, and I want to open all of the tabs I had open in my old computer on my new computer

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I bought a new computer, and I want to open all of the tabs I had open in my old computer on my new computer. I have already sync'ed both my old computer and my new computer. When I go under History>Show All History, I can see all of the tabs that I had open in my old computer. It would take a L-O-N-G time, though, to open a new tab, go to History> Show All History, and open one tab, then repeat it for all tabs I had open on my old computer. I've already added Firefox to my new computer, though, and now it has its own history (which I really don't care about... just a few pages from Firefox). How can I automatically open all of the tabs that were open in my old computer, without having to do it one at a time? Thanks for your help!

I bought a new computer, and I want to open all of the tabs I had open in my old computer on my new computer. I have already sync'ed both my old computer and my new computer. When I go under History>Show All History, I can see all of the tabs that I had open in my old computer. It would take a L-O-N-G time, though, to open a new tab, go to History> Show All History, and open one tab, then repeat it for all tabs I had open on my old computer. I've already added Firefox to my new computer, though, and now it has its own history (which I really don't care about... just a few pages from Firefox). How can I automatically open all of the tabs that were open in my old computer, without having to do it one at a time? Thanks for your help!

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In that same window that opens when you go History > Show all History, you can highlight and select multiple tabs at once (by holding Shift or Ctrl) and then right-click once on your selection and choose "Open all in tabs".

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In that same window that opens when you go History > Show all History, you can highlight and select multiple tabs at once (by holding Shift or Ctrl) and then right-click once on your selection and choose "Open all in tabs".